28.3 C
Calgary, CA
August 21, 2019

5 Things We’re Excited to Eat and Drink This June

Shawarma poutine, grilled green tomatoes and discounted Negronis are on our list this month.

The lilac trees are finally blooming, the grass is green from the rain and sunny afternoons on the patio are just generally putting Calgarians in a good mood these days. Plus, warmer days mean we’re out and about and ready to eat. Here are five things we’re excited to eat this June.


Conchigile Bake at Waalflower


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Waalflower Kitchen & Cocktails (@waalfloweryyc) on

For those smoky or rainy days, there’s this comforting Conchigile Bake pasta dish at Waalfower, which opened in Bridgeland’s historic De Waal building in March. It features big pasta shells baked with cheese curds, spinach and béchamel and topped with toasted crumbs.

24 4 St. N.E., 587-349-9008, waalflower.ca


Chicken Shawarma Poutine at Shawarma Barlow


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by COWTOWNCHOW (@cowtownchow) on

Shawarma Barlow is obviously best known for its shawarma, but the chicken shawarma poutine is also worth stopping in to try. The poutine is only $10 and is easily sharable. It has all the veggies and chicken you would put in a shawarma wrap, but with fries, gravy and cheese curds piled on top too. Top it off with garlic sauce, sweet sauce, hot sauce or a combination. You may need a nap afterwards.

1013 17 Ave. S.W. and 106 Meridian Rd. N.E., 403-455-9606, shawarmabarlow.com


Binchotan Grilled Green Tomatoes at Two Penny


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Two Penny (@twopennybar) on

This grilled green tomato dish is one of the new spring dishes on the menu at Two Penny. The green tomatoes are grilled on a binchotan (a Japanese charcoal grill) and placed on top of whipped ricotta, rhubarb nuoc cham (a Vietnamese-style sauce) and pandan oil.

1213 1 St. S.W., 403-474-7766, twopenny.ca


Vegan Passion Fruit Doughnut at Hoopla Donuts


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Hoopla Donuts (@hoopladonuts) on

June 7 is National Donut Day and we are here for it. In honour of this glorious holiday, Hoopla Donuts is donating one dollar from every doughnut sold to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. They’ll also donate an extra dollar for every picture, video or boomerang posted with #HooplaLovesLLSC. The doughnut menu at Hoopla changes with the day and season, but a constant is the passion fruit, which also happens to be vegan.

248, 414 3 St. S.W., hoopladonuts.com


Negronis at Cannibale


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Cannibale (@cannibale_yyc) on

When it happens to be 27 degrees Celcius on a Monday, you want to be outside. Cannibale’s cozy patio is a great spot for a weekday tipple, especially if you happen to live in Bridgeland. On Mondays, all Italian cocktails are $10 so you can slowly sip on a delicious Negroni until the sun goes down. The Monday special also includes tall cans of Peroni for $7.50, wine for one dollar per ounce and amaro tasting flights with free snacks.

813 1 Ave. N.E., 403-454-5808, cannibale.ca

Related posts

Where to Eat in Marda Loop

Mariah Wilson

Taiko Canteen Brings Bao Tacos and Minigolf to Manchester

Colin Gallant

Five Benefits to Discover in Cranston’s Riverstone

Web Ads

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Privacy Policy

Privacy & Cookies Policy